THE B deck 1 plan (Brittany)

Deck layout and review

Review of THE B deck 1 (Brittany)

All staff and crew cabins, along with the crew lounge/dining facility and the engine room are located after the passenger staterooms. On the service deck below are the boat’s propulsion room, fuel tanks, water-treatment plant, service, and storage areas (fresh-water and ballast-water tanks).

Laundry Room (portside) is a self-service facility with a washing machine (detergent is supplied), dryer, and ironing board.

Fitness Room (starboard) is equipped with several exercise bikes, 1 treadmill, 1 rowing machine, free weights, yoga mats.

Beauty Salon offers manicures/pedicures and hairdresser/barber services.

Serenity River Spa (starboard) is a massage room served by a professional masseur.

The Restaurant (named Van Gogh) is the ship’s open-seating dining room (single-seating capacity) with traditional European and regional cuisine specialties. High-quality food is prepared with locally sourced ingredients from the port’s markets and suppliers. The Restaurant is waiter-served and operates with preset dining times depending on the daily scheduled port activities. Breakfast (7-9 am) is buffet-style (large buffet station is located in the center) with cereals, bread, cheeses, cold meats, fruits, yogurt, smoothies, sausages, made-to-order eggs, omelets, and other dishes ordered separately (at no extra charge). Lunch (12:30 – 2 pm) includes soup station, carvery, salads bar, hot dishes, pasta, sandwiches, desserts, local delicacies. Dinners (7-7:30 pm /starting after the Main Lounge’s cocktail hour) are waiter-served (until 9 pm). The 4-course dinner menu has several starters, 2 soups, 3 entrees (fish, meat, vegetarian), desserts, cheese plates. At dinner, the complimentary wines are itinerary-based (reflecting the sailing region), and steaks and chicken are always offered on request. At breakfast and lunch, a la carte menu is also provided.

The Van Gogh Restaurant also hosts the Baroness ship’s formal events, including the Captain’s Welcome and Farewell dinners. On those, the dress code is elegant casual – jacket and tie (men), cocktail attire (women).

Moselle Deck cruise cabins from 101 to 130, all of which are Picture Window staterooms categories 2 and 3 “Deluxe Outside Double” (all with non-opening windows).

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